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  • These biscotti make a lovely snack for those who don't prefer very sweet desserts. The combination of fig and basil is lightly sweet and earthy, and the honey lends a floral note.Explore Recipe »

  • Fresh figs are available for a very brief time so when they are in season it's almost your duty to eat as many as you can. This is one of the tastiest and easiest ways. Perfect for an appetizer or serve them alongside a healthy salad.Explore Recipe »

  • Crispy on the outside and fluffy in the middle, these light yet filling cakes go wonderfully with a crunchy summer salad and a scoop of créme fraiche. Prepare them ahead of time and keep frozen till needed.Explore Recipe »

  • Crispy fish fingers are a fun and healthy hand-held meal for the kids. The avocado dip makes a fresh and zingy alternative to ketchup and is perfect with any fish dish.Explore Recipe »

  • Small grain rice, like Arborio, is often used to make a rich and creamy dish called risotto. By using it in this soup, you'll give the soup a velvety smooth texture.Explore Recipe »

  • If your tomatoes are really ripe, as end of the season tomatoes usually are, you can reduce the amount sugar or eliminate it altogether.Explore Recipe »

  • This recipe is a festive classic served around the world. Make it for dessert, an afternoon snack, or even breakfast! Serve with ice cream, roasted fruit, or by itself.Explore Recipe »

  • Remember: Smoothies are not beverages, they're meal replacements, so keep their nutrition facts in mind when considering your overall diet plan. Smoothies are a great way to add fresh fruit to any diet. Try substituting any frozen fruit or a combination of your favorites.Explore Recipe »

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